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Old 11-03-2015, 02:47 PM   #1
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Driveline scraping

Driveline scraping on Ebrake bracket.

Lowered my car about 3 inches and now my driveline is being eaten away by the bracket in the tunnel where my driveline sits. How can I keep the drop and still have an e brake? Is it possible to re locate the existing bracket or run a new one? What are your guys' thoughts?

This car is a pain in my ***
GT40P Heads, GT40 Intake Manifold, 70mm TB, Cold Air, 24lb injectors, SCT Tuned, need more speeeeed
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